Stand against bullying


Saying no to bullying... Mel Pike, deputy principal Kelly Bennett, Nathan Feeney-Butao, Amber Gardner, principal Vicki McKeown and Chloe Spice. Picture: Jon Hewson           d451561
Saying no to bullying... Mel Pike, deputy principal Kelly Bennett, Nathan Feeney-Butao, Amber Gardner, principal Vicki McKeown and Chloe Spice. Picture: Jon Hewson        d451561

Students took green hands and wrote an action or message of No Bullying at the school.

Example messages included ‘I will not be a bystander’, ‘I will treat others the way I want to be treated’ and ‘I will uphold the values of our school and look after others’.

A school spokeswoman said the school had a no-tolerance approach to bullying.

Students are taught the whole spectrum of bullying so they are empowered to recognise bullying and seek help.

Teachers work with students to repair relationships and include others.